WHY D-T-L ON APPROACH SHOTS?
I know the general "rules" in tennis are:
1 Play groundstrokes crosscourt - net is lower and more court to play
2 When in trouble - lob - buys you time
3 Play approach shots down the line.
What I don't know is the reason for playing approach shots down the line.
Can anyone shed some light?
Johannesburg, South Africa
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From: "Peter Starke" <pstarke_at_xs4all.nl>
Subject: Planning the training groups
Date: Tue 19 Sep 2000 13:24:24 +0200
Does anyone know of a computer program for planning your groups, it takes
a lot of time doing this so there should be a faster way.
Peter Starke headcoach of a club with 1300 members.
Received on Mon Sep 18 2000 - 02:47:22 CDT